Tagged in ARCOLA THEATRE

Unbreakable: The Glass Menagerie Delivers Figures Of Steel And Subtlety At Arcola Theatre

Unbreakable: The Glass Menagerie Delivers Figures Of Steel And Subtlety At Arcola Theatre

Tennessee Williams' 'memory play' at its finest. | By Will Tizard ★★★★★
Hoard Puts A New Spin On Meeting The Parents At Arcola Theatre

Hoard Puts A New Spin On Meeting The Parents At Arcola Theatre

A promising debut from Bim Adewunmi. | By Hannah Foulds ★★★★☆
The Plague At Arcola Theatre: Review

The Plague At Arcola Theatre: Review

An effective but clinical look at how diseases - and fascism - spreads. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
Theatre Review: The Secret Lives Of Baba Segi's Wives

Theatre Review: The Secret Lives Of Baba Segi's Wives

There's some clever storytelling in this stage adaptation. | By Paul Ewing ★★★★☆
Silence Drives Worlds Apart In Mike Bartlett’s Not Talking

Silence Drives Worlds Apart In Mike Bartlett’s Not Talking

Doctor Foster writer’s first play is quietly good. | By BelindaL ★★★☆☆
Theatre Review: The Marriage Of Kim K

Theatre Review: The Marriage Of Kim K

A bad car crash of a musical. | By Franco Milazzo ★★☆☆☆
Book Now: Bowie's Baby Ballroom At The Arcola Theatre

Book Now: Bowie's Baby Ballroom At The Arcola Theatre

Celebrate the life of the goblin king with your little princes and princesses. | By Zoe Craig
Review: The Sugar-Coated Bullets Of The Bourgeoisie Is Overdone And Underwhelming

Review: The Sugar-Coated Bullets Of The Bourgeoisie Is Overdone And Underwhelming

But at least it's got a great Mao-off. | By Savannah Whaley ★★☆☆☆
68* Years Of Palestine Shows Us What The Media Doesn't: Review

68* Years Of Palestine Shows Us What The Media Doesn't: Review

Hannah Khalil’s vignettes provide rare insight. | By Savannah Whaley ★★★★★
Cracks Appear In The House Of Mirrors And Hearts

Cracks Appear In The House Of Mirrors And Hearts

A family haunted by the past at the Arcola. | By Savannah Whaley ★★★☆☆
Disco Baby! London's Top Family-Friendly Dancefloors

Disco Baby! London's Top Family-Friendly Dancefloors

Baby just loves to dance. | By Zoe Craig
Emotional Scrummage In Crouch Touch Pause Engage

Emotional Scrummage In Crouch Touch Pause Engage

Drama charts Welsh rugby captain’s coming out. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Clarion Calls Out Against Immigrant Bashing

Clarion Calls Out Against Immigrant Bashing

New play debates ethics in the newsroom. But fun. | By Rachel Holdsworth ★★★★☆
Tensions Are High In Abyss At The Arcola

Tensions Are High In Abyss At The Arcola

Compelling tale of loss, fear and conflicted loyalties. | By Savannah Whaley ★★★☆☆
Visitors Tackles Dementia Without Misery Or Mawkishness

Visitors Tackles Dementia Without Misery Or Mawkishness

Playwright Barney Norris proves he is one to watch. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Memory And Mobsters In Ghost From A Perfect Place

Memory And Mobsters In Ghost From A Perfect Place

20th anniversary of Philip Ridley's controversial play. | By Stuart Black
A Beginner's Guide To East London's Cultural Gems

A Beginner's Guide To East London's Cultural Gems

An introduction to the best bits of East London. | By Londonist
Waiting For Godot At Arcola Theatre

Waiting For Godot At Arcola Theatre

What are you waiting for? | By Sarah Stewart
Elephant Man: Banksy The Room In The Elephant

Elephant Man: Banksy The Room In The Elephant

Tale of the 'tank commando' made homeless by Banksy's graffiti. | By Johnny Fox
Lizzie Siddal Steps Off The Gallery Walls

Lizzie Siddal Steps Off The Gallery Walls

The Pre-Raphaelite muse and artist comes to life. | By Tom Bolton
Grimeborn Opera Festival Returns To The Arcola

Grimeborn Opera Festival Returns To The Arcola

Innovative opera in East London. | By Zoe Craig
A Whale On Stage? Moby Dick At The Arcola Theatre

A Whale On Stage? Moby Dick At The Arcola Theatre

How does one stage a play that features a giant whale? | By Londonist
Gibraltar At Arcola Theatre Tackles Dark Events That Many Want To Forget

Gibraltar At Arcola Theatre Tackles Dark Events That Many Want To Forget

But new play falls short on too many fronts. | By Tom Bolton
What’s On In London Theatre: 12 – 18 March

What’s On In London Theatre: 12 – 18 March

Our pick of London’s best dance, theatre, opera and comedy opening this week. | By Zoe Craig